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Speed Up Your Website with LiteSpeed for WordPress and Magento

Updated December 29, 2017   LiteSpeed is one of the industry-leading technologies KnownHost delivers to its customers to maximize their web success and return on investment. Litespeed provides website acceleration technology designed for WordPress and Magento, allowing even dynamic pages to load faster and function smoothly for very high numbers of site visitors and customers.   Improve WordPress and Magento performance by choosing LiteSpeed!   LiteSpeed brings: • improved media loading speeds • faster transaction times • better overall user […]

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Everything You Always Wanted to Know about BitNinja But Were Afraid to Ask

Updated December 28, 2017   BitNinja is an advanced security service for websites and servers, powered by machine-learning. It protects against 99 percent of attacks with the integration of modules installed with a single line of code, by leveraging a defense network approach to cybersecurity.   There are modules for: • IP filtering • CAPTCHA • denial of service (DoS) protection • Web Application Firewall (WAF) • log analysis • detection of malware • cross-site scripting (XSS) • spam • […]

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The Importance of Keeping WordPress Up to Date

WordPress is the world’s leading content management system (CMS), and powers roughly 25 percent of all the websites on the internet, from personal blogs to Forbes and the BBC. It’s popular because of the combination of simple functionality and complex capabilities. Its widespread use is enabled by plugins, widgets and themes created by a robust community of developers. These add-ons are easily integrated by WordPress users to customize their sites for their specific needs. The strength of WordPress also gives […]

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10 Common WordPress Mistakes

10 Mistakes People Make When They First Start With WordPress

The incredible popularity of WordPress gives hackers an incentive to go after it. Once they find a way in, they can replicate the attack across thousands or even millions of sites. One of the most prominent ways that the CMS has been attacked most recently is through a content-injection weakness that was identified early this year and patched by WordPress 4.7.2. Regardless of the patch, 1.5 million sites were defaced by February 10, according to Threatpost. It is one of […]

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